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Coal Dust Brick Manufacturing

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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


About: Coal Dust Brick Manufacturing

I do my bricks with charcoal ash and clay dirt no cement, and there's no crumble or crack of any kind, they become hard bricks under the sun for two days.....
You can dont need cement or saw can use ash or flour as the binding agent....either way.....I'd still prefer to do this with ash and water and charcoal powder. The tighter its packed, the longer it burns.....for better breathing and lighting along with hotter can put holes thru the mixture thru both sides while its still molding to allow oxygen and the flame to go thru the entire brick.
Sawdust works as an accelerant. It's cheaper and safer than nitrates and to use nitrates, you need an 8,000 euro briquette press. Did I mention that nitrates are caustic as fuck? only use nitrates if you plan on selling briquettes to rich countries.

Cement works great if you live in the rainy regions.
Great video. Followed this,and it works a treat!
First off that is not coal dust those are coal fines he is mixing up, coal dust is determined to be able to pass through a 200 mesh screen
Thank you but instead of cement cant we use some flour or some sugar in liquid form to help hold it together?
I had a little spot of bother trying to use anthracite dust, I found that if I soaked the sawdust in a little waste oil and then blended it, the cement would still hold it together, and I get a little ignition boost from the oil. I assume you were using some grade of bituminous? Either way, I have piles of coal dust that aren't going to waste. Thank you!
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What are the additives in the coal to ignite
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Have tried this method and they DONT burn they just crumbled to dust with no heat emission. Tried again with less cement but they crumble when drying and those that gave a big enough lump to handle still wont burn
why not use it for cooking?
Awesome! We get sea coal dust here and though it burns well you waste a lot of it through the grate, this seems like the solution!
These are brilliant I now make them every year. We have very strong winds and these don't burn as fast as coal. A very good way to use up the dust.
This is wonderful, your having to reuse coal dirt while your politicians drive around in their gas guzzling Mercedes Benz. Keep voting.
Well done! Good to see reuse
please,this coal brick can be used in cooking or not.Is there any air pollution or not?

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.